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Educational Policies Present Zachary Schrage
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) O Implementation of state standards O Proficiency in Math and Reading O No federal funding for schools that don’t make adequate yearly progress (AYP)
Did NCLB Work? Pros Cons Minimal gains Teaching to the test Uniform accountability Rigidness Increase in funding State’s rights issues
Race to the Top O Something New? O President Obama’s focus O Merit Pay O Teacher Competency O School Choice
What is Merit Pay? O Earning a raise based on performance O Two criteria O Teacher Evaluation O Student Performance
Merit Pay O Why merit pay won't work Why merit pay won't work O Does not mention socioeconomic differences.
Teacher Competency O Competency test on knowledge of content O Substance Vs. Pedagogy O Teacher Failure
School Choice O Georgia H.B Parents can send their kids to any school regardless of student achievement O Creates Competition O Problems?
No Child Left Behind Adequate Yearly Progress Report July 22, 2009.
NCLB Accountability Title III of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA) as Amended by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) Presented.
The No Child Left Behind Act and Title 1 Schools What Parents Should Know and Do.
AYP AYP=Adequate Yearly Progress on the WASL test By 2014, Federal Law states that 100% of all students must meet state academic standards WASL-Grades.
Our Children Are Our Future: No Child Left Behind No Child Left Behind A New Era in Education.
Trends In National Education Policy That will be Impacting the Reading Community.
1 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) U.S. Department of Education Adapted by TEA September 2003.
ACCOMMODATIONS MANUAL How to Select, Administer, and Evaluate Use of Accommodations for Instruction and Assessment of Students with Disabilities.
ESEA Flexibility Request Arizona Overview. Background and Overview The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) was reauthorized in 2002 and then.
AYP: Making Adequate Yearly Progress in Washington State Spring 2012.
Putting it Together ….Student + Teacher Standards = ?
No Child Left Behind Public School Choice. Federal/State Requirements Federal System No Child Left Behind (NCLB): Choice Supplemental Educational Services.
Hickman Mills C-1 Parent University: AYP, APR, Accreditation….what does it all mean? Presented by: Casey Klapmeyer.
Closing the Achievement Gap in Americas Public Schools U.S. Department of Education Office of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Title I & Title III Annual Parent Meeting No Child Left Behind.
Creating a Shared Vision: 21 st Century Learning for Students with Limited English proficiency Title III Conference May 5, 2009.
Newport News Public Schools Information on Title I Funding E.S.E.A. (Elementary And Secondary Education Act)
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) An Overview. Resources Policy Guidance NCLB Brochures
Designing School Level Professional Development. Overview Assessing prior knowledge of professional development Defining professional development Designing.
Outcomes At the end of the training session, participants will have an in-depth knowledge of state and local student accountability standards, understand.
Standards-based Assessment Vallorie Schlecht Technology Integration Specialist Tucson Unified School District.
What is Title 1?. Title 1 funding began as a part of the Great Society Program of President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1965 under the Elementary and Secondary.
Title One Parent Involvement Illinois State Board of Education Marci Johnson Interim Division Administrator/Division Supervisor Fall, 2009.
North Carolina ABCs AYP and NCLB. What Do You Know? Discuss and Share NCLB NC ABCs AYP Testing Report Cards.
Education in America. EQ: What was the first form of education in America?
Title I Annual Parent Meeting Largo Middle School November 4, :30-7:30Cafeteria.
Delaware Alternate Portfolio Assessment II (DAPA) Sarah A. Celestin, M.Ed. DAPA Training Coordinator.
Title I/AYP Presentation Prepared by NHCS Title I Department for NHCS PTA September 22, 2010.
Guidelines for IDEA Implementation Developed and Presented through Collaborative Efforts RIDE – Office of Special Populations Rhode Island Technical.
No Child Left Behind. HISTORY President Lyndon B. Johnson signs Elementary and Secondary Education Act, 1965 Title I and ESEA coordinated through Improving.
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